Le Jardin du Golfe
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... high rises to be seen, everything has been kept in its original form. We found this gorgeous little bakery and bought a couple of baby baguettes, took them back to Fifi for lunch. I have never eaten such yummy bread, the French certainly make great bread, it is so light and crunchy,yummy. I have to say I was smitten with St Topez, it is elegant and understated and the locals have managed to keep the Old World Charm of bygone days, simply ...
... the beautiful sunshine and people watching. There were so many people wandering about the place, quite surprising really. Opposite the boulevard are rows of shops that I could never afford to visit, Harry Winston, Christies Auction House, Louis Vitton, Chanel, Rolex and on and on. Spent a lovely few hours trudging around Cannes, but time to head back to Fifi, have a quiet one and soak up the last of the gorgeous sunshine. We got chatting to our ...
... many flights to get to us. At that point, Jacques returned, we finished the mediocre Bellinis, and ordered a fabulous dinner, with the finest view of the harbor, in Cannes. What a super glitzy,,lovely place this is. Returning to the boat, we all were tired, so said our goodnights, and went to bed. Bon Nuit.... ;ᘸ 4;ȩ 57;8 ...
... clouds were getting ominously dark. I unpacked everything I needed from the bike, set up the tent in record time, secured the bike as best I could using a crushed sprite can to give the kick stand extra support, rocks around the kickstand to divert water, rocks as chucks to ensure the bike didn't slip, covered it with the bike cover, and waited. First the thunder struck, I tried to get video but at the expense of my phone battery 60 seconds later and it hadn't hit ...
... in a pack of pork scratching. The French and their pooches.
It would seem running makes me forgetful as I had to queue up twice to gather together the required four croissants, picnic of sandwiches, salad and pain bonnet. They did seem to be a little uncomfortable with the sweaty aroma by the end of the second visit. Ran back very uneventful other than my phone calling a fax machine on loudspeaker and someone called Ahmet Kut who I think is a bloke ...